Ansys Training Courses

We offer a range of methods and a diverse set of training courses that can help bring engineers up to speed in using Ansys simulation tools and best practices.

Upcoming Training Courses

FEA 101

ANSYS WORKBENCH MECHANICAL
INTRODUCTORY

3 days live or online
Online: February 15-17

Suitable for new or occasional Ansys Mechanical users, this course teaches the basics of using Ansys Mechanical to perform finite element analysis (FEA). Gain proficiency in pre- and post-processing the most common analysis types: static structural, modal, and steady-state thermal. Topics include CAD interaction, mesh control, connections, boundary conditions, multistep analyses, and parameters.

FEA 102

ANSYS WORKBENCH MECHANICAL
STRUCTURAL NONLINEARITIES

2 days live or online
Online: February 18 & 19

Learn more about nonlinear procedures and diagnostics, including contact formulations and characteristics, rate independent metal plasticity, buckling and nonlinear stabilization, and mesh nonlinear adaptivity using the Mechanical interface. Designed for users who have taken the FEA101 – Introduction to Ansys Workbench Mechanical course and are already familiar with performing a linear static analysis in the Mechanical environment.

FEA 103

COMPREHENSIVE
ANSYS INTRODUCTORY

5 days live or online
Online: March 1-3

This course provides a foundation for achieving “best of both worlds” functionality by presenting both Ansys Mechanical APDL (Classic Ansys) and Mechanical (Workbench) interfaces. Coursework includes similar tutorials in Mechanical and Mechanical APDL so students can compare the programs’ different methodologies and interfaces. Gain a better understanding and confidence about choosing the best method for future projects.

FEA 104

ANSYS MECHANICAL APDL

3 days live or online
Online: Coming Soon!

This course provides a fundamental foundation for Ansys Mechanical APDL (Classic Ansys). Coursework includes tutorials in Mechanical APDL so students can learn and understand the classic methodologies and interface. This course provides the same material as the APDL portion taught in the FEA 103 Comprehensive Ansys Introductory course.

FEA 201

ANSYS WORKBENCH
MECHANICAL DYNAMICS

2 days live or online
Online: February 3 & 4

Gain advanced skills in performing dynamic simulations, including modal, harmonic, random vibration (PSD), response spectrum, and transient structural analyses.

FEA 202

ANSYS WORKBENCH
MECHANICAL HEAT TRANSFER

2 days live or online
Online: Feb 10 & 11

Become proficient in analyzing the thermal response of structures and mechanical components to heat transfer effects by using Ansys Workbench Mechanical to perform steady-state, transient, phase change, linear, and nonlinear thermal analyses and coupled thermal-structural analyses. All three modes of heat transfer are covered: conduction, convection, and radiation. Users will also gain insight into how Command Objects can access advanced MAPDL features while leveraging the functionality of Mechanical. This course expands on the thermal analysis capabilities in the Introduction to Ansys Workbench Mechanical training course material.

FEA 301

ANSYS EXPLICIT STR
INTRODUCTORY

2 days live or online
Online: Coming Soon!

Increase your proficiency in Explicit STR in Ansys Workbench Mechanical in this advanced course.

FEA 302

ANSYS LS-DYNA
INTRODUCTORY

3 days live or online
Online: March 8-10

Learn to distinguish problems that should be solved explicitly versus implicitly, perform all procedures for an explicit dynamic analysis, and identify and choose element types, materials, and commands used in explicit dynamic analyses. This class is beneficial to engineers who analyze problems involving contact, large deformations, nonlinear materials, high-frequency response phenomena, or problems requiring explicit solutions.

FEA 303

AUTODYN
INTRODUCTORY

2 days live or online
Online: Coming Soon!

Become proficient with AUTODYN’s advanced options in in this course designed for users already familiar with Explicit Dynamics in Ansys Workbench Mechanical.

CFD 101

ANSYS FLUENT INTRODUCTORY

3 days live or online
Online: January 26-28

Learn how to perform computational fluid dynamics (CFD) in Ansys Fluent. The basics of CFD analysis, importing geometry with Ansys SpaceClaim, applying boundary conditions, meshing using Ansys Meshing, using Fluent solvers and options, and reviewing results are included in this course.

CFD 102

ANSYS CFX INTRODUCTORY

4 days live or online
Online: February 9-12

Develop skills in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) using Ansys CFX. The basics of CFD analysis, importing geometry with Ansys SpaceClaim, applying boundary conditions, meshing using Ansys Meshing, using the various CFX solvers and options, and reviewing results are included in this course.

CFD 301

ANSYS ICEPAK INTRODUCTORY

3 days live or online
Online: March 2-4

Advanced level course for electronic packaging cooling using Ansys Icepak.

EMAG 101

ANSYS MAXWELL INTRODUCTORY

2 days live or online
Online: March 17 & 18

Learn how to effectively use Ansys Maxwell to setup, solve and post-process the results from low frequency electromagnetic simulations such as DC conduction, frequency domain, time domain, electrostatic and optimization studies.

EMAG 102

ANSYS HFSS INTRODUCTORY

1 day live or online
Online: February 24

Learn how to effectively use Ansys HFSS to setup, solve and post-process the results from high frequency electromagnetic simulations such as antennas, RF/microwave components, and biomedical devices.

GEO 101

ANSYS SPACECLAIM INTRODUCTORY

1 day live or online
Online: February 18

Gain insight and skills in how to create and modify FEA & CFD models in Ansys SpaceClaim.

OPT 101

ANSYS DESIGNXPLORER INTRODUCTORY

1 day live or online
Online: Coming Soon!

Learn about design optimization and how to incorporate it in your design process. DesignXplorer works under the Ansys Workbench Mechanical environment and includes both traditional and nontraditional optimization through a goal-driven approach.

Important Notice: The process of learning Ansys products has a strong hands-on component. To successfully complete the courses and adequately get familiarized with the products’ interface, features and workflows, students will require access to the appropriate software web conferencing system Ring Central Meetings and to the relevant Ansys software. It is the students’ responsibility to ensure access is adequately set-up.

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